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Hip Doctor
Houston, TX | Cypress, TX | The Woodlands, TX

Hip conditions can be problematic, as even minor problems can cause you a significant amount of reduced mobility. More severe issues can even potentially confine you to a wheelchair. If you have hip issues of any kind, the physicians of KSF Orthopaedic Center of North Houston are here to help. We are a full-service orthopedic care center and are capable of treating a whole range of hip problems. Give us a call at (281) 440-6960 to speak to a hip doctor today. We proudly serve Houston, TX; Cypress, TX; The Woodlands, TX and nearby areas.

Four Reasons to See a Hip Doctor for Hip Pain

Limiting your everyday life – Not being able to go through your typical daily routine because of hip pain is a sign you should see a hip doctor. If you put off seeing a doctor for too long you can cause more damage to your hip.


Other body parts are being affected – If you are feeling strain or pain in other parts of your body, due to trying to compensate for your hip then you should see a hip doctor right away. The more damage you do to other parts of your body trying to prolong getting medical attention for your hip, the longer your recovery will be.


You have difficulty sleeping – Hip pain that is causing you to not be able to sleep will surely result in many other issues. Sleep is essential to be able to have your brain and body functioning properly throughout the day. Get connected with our hip doctors at KSF Orthopedic Center, P.A today, if your pain is disrupting your sleep.


Home remedies are not working – There is nothing wrong with trying out some home remedies to try and alleviate your hip pain, but if nothing is changing you should see a hip doctor. A medical professional will be able to figure out a specific treatment for your hip issues.


Hip Issues We Treat

KSF Orthopaedic Center has ten board-certified orthopedic surgeons on staff, which means you can trust in our ability to treat your hip pain. Whatever your situation is, our team of specialists and hip doctors will put together a personalized treatment regimen for your optimal recovery.

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Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI)

Femoroacetabular impingement occurs when extra bone deposits into the hip joint. If you are suffering from femoroacetabular impingement, treatment from an orthopedic doctor is essential. If you don’t, it can result in additional damage. We will first try non-surgical solutions, such as activity modification, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, and physical therapy.

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Hip Bursitis

Hip bursitis is caused by inflammation of the hip bursa. If you suffer from hip issues such as hip bursitis, we will explore orthopedic treatments that are noninvasive. If these attempts are not successful, then it may be necessary to do a hip bursectomy to correct your hip issues. It can cause the following symptoms:

  • Generalized joint discomfort
  • Sharp, shooting pain followed by a dull ache
  • Discomfort while sleeping on the affected side
  • Joint swelling
  • Pain with walking
  • Pain while climbing stairs
  • Weakened muscles
  • Limited mobility

Hip Fractures

Hip fractures occur either from a fall or from a direct blow to the side of the hip, which can happen when you slip and fall. There are also conditions, such as osteoporosis, cancer, or stress-related injuries, that can make your bones more fragile, leaving you more susceptible to hip injuries. We will carefully examine your hip injuries and provide you with a personalized orthopedic therapy program from our hip doctor. Our team of health care professionals proudly serve Houston, TX; Cypress, TX; The Woodlands and nearby areas.

Hip Replacements

Total hip replacement is a fairly common orthopedic procedure that involves removing the head of the thigh bone and replacing the ball-and-socket mechanism of the hip with artificial implants. This will relieve you of your hip pain and improve your mobility levels.

Osteoarthritis of the Hip

Osteoarthritis of the hip is also known as arthritis and is essentially wear and tear. To begin with, we will recommend resting, light physical therapy, anti-inflammatory medications, and weight loss if you are overweight. If this approach proves unsuccessful, we may recommend you undergo hip replacement surgery. Speak to us at (281) 440-6960 if you have any concerns regarding hip replacement surgery.

Hip Labrum Tears

Responsible for holding the top of your thighbone within your hip socket, the ring of cartilage that surrounds your hip joint is called your labrum. When you experience a hip labrum tear as the result of trauma or a repetitive sports injury, it can cause significant pain in your hip or groin area. Other symptoms of a hip labrum tear include stiffness, a limited range in movement, or a locking sensation in your hip joint. If left untreated, a hip labrum tear can lead to osteoarthritis.

Snapping Hip Syndrome

Commonly referred to as dancer’s hip, snapping hip syndrome is a condition that affects many dancers, athletes, and those who have injured or inflamed the muscles, tendons, or cartilage around their hip bone sockets. Characterized by a telltale snapping sound or a snapping sensation in your hip whenever you move, it can range from a mild annoyance to a debilitating condition. Other symptoms may include swelling, inflammation, leg muscle weakness, or the feeling that your hip’s coming out of place.

Hip Dislocations

Because your hip is a ball-and-socket joint, it can be easily dislocated. Common causes of hip dislocations involve car crashes, falls from significant heights, and repetitive sports injuries. When your hip dislocates, it often damages the surrounding ligaments, muscles, nerves, labrum, and other soft tissues around your hip. Whether it’s a posterior or anterior hip dislocation, you’re likely going to experience a whole lot of pain as a result. Other symptoms of a hip dislocation include an inability to move your leg and/or the loss of feeling in your foot/ankle area.

Get Relief for Your Orthopedic Pain Today!